Wake JigWobbler

Wake JigWobbler

With its heavy head and jointed body, plus the detailed finish and unique lip placement, the Wake JigWobbler is a lure style few anglers have seen or fished before. Depth and running speed are controlled by head weights of 1/4, 5/8, and 1 ounce. Learn more about this Finnish design at www.jigwobbler.com. It's distributed in North America by Nils Master USA, 802/658-1070, for sale at Cabela's, www.cabela's.com — $8.99 to $10.99.

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